From 11 November to 7 December, 1,635 locations in collective sites and host communities were assessed by NPM enumerators.
From 11 November to 5 December, 1,635 locations in collective sites and host communities were assessed by NPM enumerators.
As of 6 December, 110 clinically diagnosed cases of diphtheria, including six deaths have been reported, with most cases in the Balukhali makeshift settlement (BMS), located in the larger Kutupalong–Balukhali expansion site. Other cases have been detected in Jamtoli and Thangkhali settlements.
In the 20th century, there have been multiple waves of movement of Rohingya population from Rakhine State in Myanmar to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh and back. This report is a review of available literature on the Rohingya influxes into Bangladesh since 1978.
As of 21 November, an estimated 622,000 Rohingya refugees fled Myanmar to Bangladesh. The influx began on 25 August, after the Myanmar Army launched security operations in northern Rakhine state. In September, an average of approximately 14,500 people arrived daily.
The following map provides an overview of the collective sites hosting the Rohinya population.
Following an outbreak of violence on 25 August 2017 in the Rakhine State of Myanmar, a new massive influx of Rohingya population to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh started in late August 2017.
A total of 143 locations in 85 sites were assessed between 5 and 21 September 2017. 607,735 UMNs were identified in four upazilas of Cox’s Bazar District. Among those assessed, 53% are women and girls.
This document includes the site profiles for the following locations: Balukhali MS, Unchiprang/Raikhong, Shamlapur, Mainnerghona, Leda MS, Kutupalong MS, Jamtoli, Hakimpara, Barmapara.